Artist to Artist, an exhibition of six sequences of 38 photographs in a one-artist show at Canessa Gallery, San Francisco, August, 2018  
Four of my Sweetstuff 2-frame Polaroids of candies are included in a travelling show, The Polaroid Project—at the Intersection of Art and Technology, exhibited at WestLicht Museum of Photography, Vienna; C/O Berlin; and MIT Museum, Cambridge, 2017–19. The two pieces shown above are published in a book with the same title as the exhibition, Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography publisher, 2017.  
Four of my American Cameras photographs were included in the exhibition "Looking Back: 10 Years of Photography at Robert Berman Gallery," Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA, January–February, 2017
Five of my Artist to Artist photographs were on display in the exhibition "Explorations in Reality: Photographs from the Permanent Collection," at the St. Louis University Museum of Art, September–December 2016. The sequence charts relationships and connections among artists: Erik Satie–Man Ray / Man Ray–Sherrie Levine / Levine–René Magritte / Magritte–André Breton / Breton–Alberto Giacometti. My thanks to Petruta Lipan, museum director, and Robert Von Sternberg of The Museum Project.
Imperial Debonair, 1983, from American Cameras was on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, in an exhibition called "The Camera Exposed," July, 1916 – March, 2017.
An article by Mark Johnstone, Victor Landweber's American Cameras: Referencing Art and Shifting Time, was published in Exposure Magazine, The Society for Photographic Education, Fall, 2015,
Three of my Photographs of Things That Look Like Art were shown at dnj Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA, in the exhibition, The Museum Project, September 12 to October 31, 2015.
Nine of my Auduboniana photographic collages were on display at the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, CA, in the exhibition "Human Nature: Photographers Constructing the Natural Environment." These are the first digital prints to have been acquired by the Museum. March–August, 2015.
"Human Nature: Photographers Constructing the Natural Environment" was on display at the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, CA. The exhibition included photographic works by Lewis Baltz, Darryl Curran, Robert Fichter, Suda House,Kenneth Josephson, Victor Landweber, Jerry McMillan, Jane O'Neal, John Pfahl, and Robert von Sternberg. March–August, 2015.

An article and portfolio were published in “•fluoro,” an online magazine of arts and culture, Melbourne, Australia, August, 2014

15 American Cameras were exhibited in a one-person show at Joseph Bellows Gallery, La Jolla, CA, July 26 –September 6, 2014
My High School Colors was included in the exhibition, “Photography and Vision” and published in the catalog, Companion to the Strauss Photography Collection, Denver Art Museum, June 2014–January 2015.
The cover image, an interview and a portfolio of ten images from Photographs of Things That Look Like Art were published in the Summer, 2014, issue of “Coreopsis Journal of Myth and Theater,The Society for Ritual Arts, Berkeley CA.
54 photographs from three sets of works (Treasure Tones, Artist to Artist and Photographs of Things That Look Like Art) were shown in a one-artist exhibition titled “Things That Look Like Art” at Dominican University, San Rafael, CA, September–October, 2013
Eleven of my Treasure Tones photographs were included in a group exhibition of post-Minimalist works, Hudson|Linc Gallery, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, March–May, 2013
12 large color photographs: Cherie Holding Colored Cards and Treasure Tones, also Robert Heinecken's Recto/Verso portfolio (published by Landweber/Artists, 1989), were shown at Robert Berman Gallery, Bergamot Station Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA, October–December, 2011.  
My photograph (left), California Desert near Indio (1969) and Lewis Baltz's photograph (right), were exhibited and published in the catalog of the exhibition, Seismic Shift: Lewis Baltz, Joe Deal and California Landscape Photography, 1944–1984, California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside, October, 2011.

  Victor Landweber (left), Purification Pit (2011) and Ina Evans (right), Our Lady of the Immaculate Concepción (2011), were included in a boxed portfolio, edition of 52, published September, 2011. We were guest artists at the Mission San Antonia de Padua Photography Workshop, April 2011. The portfolio consists of prints by faculty, guest artists and students.
Ishi Bar, San Francisco Airport, 1977, was exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in the exhibition “Fifty Years of Bay Area Art: The SECA Awards.” On display December, 2011–April, 2012. Another photograph is reproduced in the catalog of the exhibition. I was a participant in the 1980 SECA Photography Invitational.
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15 large color photographs, Treasure Tones, were shown in a one-artist exhibition at Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco, May–June, 2011. The image on the announcement is Golden Dawn (1976/2009).
S.N. Ward and Son Mobil Service (1978), was exhibited and published in the catalog of the exhibition, Reality Revisited, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, October, 2010.
Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona, 1979 was included in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 75th Anniversary Exhibition, "The View From Here," February–June, 2010
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Hand Series No. 4 was included in the Gallery of California Art, the inaugural exhibition of the new galleries at the Oakland Museum of California, May 2010–December 2014. This is my photograph of Nadereh Degani photographing my photograph at the OMCA.
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